MAYURA ( ma-yoo-ra ) means “peacock” in Sanskrit language, which we at Bombay Tobak have embraced it as “grace”. To celebrate our five years in this beautiful cigar industry, we wanted it to be memorable.
The original MQBA set itself apart through an unheard-of Ecuadorian puro blend (with all tobaccos said to be grown on a farm in Ventana, Ecuador, which Bombay has partial ownership). But the MQBA MAYURA takes a different approach, instead showcasing a diverse blend that stems from four countries.
The cigars will debut in only two sizes (Toro and Robusto), though a full lineup is said to be in the works. Debuting at IPCPR 2019 later this week, only 25,000 cigars per size will be offered to retailers at launch.
MQBA MAYURA Breakdown
- Wrapper: Ecuadorian HVA (Bombay Tobak farm)
- Binder/Filler: Paraguay | Peru | Nicaragua
- Factory: Tabacos de Costa Rica (Costa Rica)
- Production: Small Batch (50,000 cigars at launch)
- Packaging: N/A
- Vitolas: 2
- Price: N/A
- Release: N/A